Sunday, November 29, 2009


Each week, I post an illustrated thought of the week on my Facebook page. This Sunday's posting is sort of a belated Thanksgiving message paired with the fall colors of this pomegrante mandala.


Monday, November 16, 2009


Here in Tucson, we have a bicycle coop called BICAS. They are asking for submissions of bike related art, so I have come up with this mandala made with bicycle parts. I did a black & white version first, then created this one with a rainbow of colors.

I plan to add greeting cards, stickers and t-shirt designs to this poster/print version. I am not offering this for sale. I expect that BICAS will offer it for sale and proceeds can go to support their non-profit organization. I will let you know when and how products become available.

Friday, November 13, 2009


I have created 2 bumper stickers to advertise my URL's. If any of you are willing to display one on your bumper, let me know and I will send you one.
I saw a pickup truck with a sign on the tailgate listing a gallery URL on Etsy. I thought that was a great idea, but I am too cheap to buy a sign; so I thought a bumper sticker would be a good alternative. I posted the two designs on Zazzle. From there, I can order them one at a time. They do give volume discounts.
I am not on Etsy as yet, but you art fans would find it an interesting site. Just go to
Many of my designs could be made into bumper stickers. If you see an image you want to see as one, let me know.
REFERENCE: i 120 & 121

Saturday, November 7, 2009


This was the first mandala I made with pink cosmos flowers, but I am addding it here; because I just realized that I had missed including this Marshall Mcluhan quote to my list of sayings. I think it is a point well taken.
I am also adding a list of all my mandalas on the sidebar of the Brightlight Mandalas site so that you can specify any of those images to go with the various texts I offer.


This is the page I use for printing the front and inside faceplates for box sets of Christmas cards. I can give you a set of 12 cards for $10.00 plus shipping. That breaks down to 3 cards each of 4 designs. The Peace Mandala comes in two versions. One has Merry Christmas and Happy New Year on the inside. The other has Season's Greetings on the inside. The Christmas Cactus mandala also comes in two versions with the same distinctions on the front.

I think these are two of the most unique holiday cards I have ever seen.